After I upgraded LibreOffice to include Base, I now get warnings about "low disk space".
I am using Ubuntu on a 16GB USB.
For example, when I tried to use my Audacity it couldn't save due to memory issues in the temp folder. I changed the location of "/var/tmp/audacity-ubuntu" to my actual HD and Audacity ran fine.
I'm a noobie with Ubuntu/booting from a USB so I have a couple of questions that relate to this problem:
Does Ubuntu use the USB as a HD and store and retrieve to the USB?
My USB is 16GB, but it seemed that when I set it up as a boot, it only allowed me to allocate 4GB. Can I somehow increase that to use more of the free space on the USB, because it might solve my problem of the "low disk space" warnings.
I will post some pix of the warnings and the "exam" of the memory:
The amount changes all the time, and gets smaller if I run a few apps.
Here is an example of an "exam" of the storage space:
On the last image, I noticed that it says I still have 11GB left. Does that make any sense?
I am confused as a noobie would be! I hope I'm making sense. Thanks!
I have expanded the list in case it's important: